Not In God’s Name – In Search of Tolerance with The Dalai Lama – now on DVD

January 26, 2010

Currently, religious fanaticism is on the rise worldwide. Director Paula Fouce ventures into the madrassas, religious schools, and meets moderate Muslims as well as hard-liners. NOT IN GOD’S NAME traces the three reasons for religious extremism. The solutions to hatred in the name of God are laid out by His Holiness Dalai Lama.

Trapped in religious riots in Delhi, filmmaker Paula Fouce follows the Dalai Lama on a journey to understand religious intolerance. NOT IN GOD’S NAME shows how the world is ravaged by extreme divisions between religions. We examine the similar values of all faiths, and their potential for drawing us together to share a common ground. Featuring Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, Robert Thurman Ph. D., Joseph Prabhu Ph. D., Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji, Dr. Karan Singh, Ph. D., Georg Feuerstein, Ph. D., Michael Bernard Beckwith, and leaders of many faiths.

Conscious Life Film Festival Gold Award Winner!

 57 min ~ Color ~ English ~ Stereo ~ Not Rated — Available in NTSC format (US, Canada).

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